Jabra Elite Sport Wireless Earbuds

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Jabra Elite Sport Wireless Earbuds
Price: $149.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Monday, Aug 06 to Thursday, Aug 09) + transit
Condition: New


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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
5/7/2018 - $149.99 (Woot Plus)
5/7/2018 - $149.99 (Woot Plus)
4/27/2018 - $149.99 (Woot Plus)

These sell for $149 on Amazon multiple times a year.

Be forewarned - read the reviews. The “top reviews” showing first on Amazon are all bad reviews: https://www.amazon.com/Jabra-Wireless-Waterproof-Fitness-Activity/dp/B072ZH4NTR#customerReviews

(There are other good reviews, as well, of course.)

Try the Anker Zolo Liberty. ("+" if you can swing the extra $)

I’m a fan of Anker products, they are tops with battery packs and cables, but have completely stopped supporting their earbud business. While I haven’t tried the Zolo, I have tried and had multiple returns of the various bluetooth sports earbuds, from their cheapest and the most expensive. Always failed within 3 months. Their warranty is top notch and received free replacements until I finally gave up and just said enough was enough and that their earbuds don’t cut it. I have owned a pair of Jaybird Freedom which I’ve had no issue, so it’s not me, it’s the earbuds. Long story short, my experience says don’t buy Anker earbuds.

I own these. Unfortunately, the earbuds (after 6 months) only hold a charge for about 30 mins at the most.

I own a pair of these, purchased from Best Buy about 6 months ago. I like them so far. I use them for working out, paired to an Apple Watch. Some observations.

  1. Sound is good, loud and clear (non-audiophile here).
  2. Fit is quite comfortable, but awkward to figure out. It took me a bit of use to figure out which size inserts I needed to use. Once settled on medium, they are still a little difficult to get into the ear, but once in they fit very nicely and never feel like they might fall out.
  3. The pass-through sound option (press a button and external sounds are louder) is useful but low quality. It sounds like they added a cheap microphone on the outside to pass through sound to the ear. Fortunately, if I need to hear someone, that’s all that is necessary, so not a complaint.
  4. It has a heartrate sensor in the earbud. I haven’t tried it for accuracy (I suspect it’s the same as wrist sensors–accurate at times but depends upon the person), but an interesting feature for workouts.
  5. Never stressed the battery, but it hasn’t run out on me.

Overall, I like them.


Hey there. Buyer is in good mood and leaving early. As soon as that door closed, we lowered the price to $139.99. Don’t squeal on us, ok? It’s our little secret.

Oh, and if you already purchased, that difference will hop back into your pocket soonish.

Does anyone know if these have a push-to-talk button for using with a bluetooth two-way-radio?

Are these refurbished?

No, they are new.